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README.md

puppetlabs/http-client

Build Status

This is a wrapper around the Apache HttpAsyncClient library providing some extra functionality for configuring SSL in a way compatible with Puppet.

Installation

Add the following dependency to your project.clj file:

Clojars Project

Details

Async versions of the http methods are exposed in puppetlabs.http.client.async, and synchronous versions are in puppetlabs.http.client.sync. For information on using these namespaces, see the page on making requests with clojure clients.

Additionally, this library allows you to make requests using Java clients. For information on how to do this, see the page on making requests with java clients.

Support

We use the Trapperkeeper project on JIRA for tickets on clj-http-client, although Github issues are welcome too.